You'll have to modify the rear intake cam to work with the cam position sensor. (maybe different models may have this pin, my 2005 US SV1000 cams did not)
Since this pickup is only timing critical in the sense that it needs to correctly identify cylinder one and two, I figured I'd eyeball the location compared to the DL cams, and it works just fine. I used a steel 1/4" shank from a rotary rasp bit I never used. Drilled a tight hole in the cam, and pressed the shank in. Obviously, you'll want to get the hight correct.
The rest of the heads will bolt right up.
On the fuel injection side, you'll need to transfer the plug from the STVA from the DL throttle bodies to the SV TBs. On the SV, the STVA is driven through the six prong plug, rather than being on a separate plug. The pins will pop right out of the 6 prong connector, and into the DL connector.
The STPS plug on the DL harness needs to be changed to a different type. Again, just pop the pins out, and pop them in a new connector.
The TPS has two pins reversed, and I found it easiest to switch them around in the 6 prong connector. (I'm doing this off the top of my head, so I'm not exactly sure which ones.)
You'll need the SV intake boots. (bolt right on)
I reused the DL TB to airbox boots, but they're an incredibly tight fit, and it's not quite proper to introduce an intake restriction there. If you want to use the SV ones, you'll need to modify the airbox to deal with the larger diameter stacks. (not a very big deal i'm assuming), but I've heard that the SV box does not fit under the tank.
I'm still using the DL throttle cables, but they're too long (connection is on the front TB). I think dl650 cables will fit. SV cables could work too, but they have a different bend at the throttle housing, and you'd have to use SV throttle housing as well.
Only issue is the idle adjuster. I cannot get it to a place where it's easily adjustable. It is too short.
You may run into issues with the IAPS. I don't know how the larger TBs are going to change your vacuum signal, and subsequent fueling. Mine is broken, so I wouldn't know.
You will probably need a power commander to correct the fueling across the map. Mine was leaned out quite a bit in the midrange, but that could also but due to other changes.
If at some point you find yourself running a TRE'd, IAPS disconnected, single piped 2002 V, with 2005 SV heads and cams, 2005 throttlebodies with secondaries out, DL intake stacks, and a K&N filter, then I can supply you with a map that should put you in the ballpark.